Kaitlin Bryson lives and works in the high deserts of New Mexico, and has spent her life
working as an artist and organic farmer. Drawing from her experience as a cultivator, she makes artwork that illuminates the processual nature of life through the lens of transformation. Biological materials are embedded into her work so that the "finished" pieces have the potential to play, transform, and live out their own dynamic processes. Her work unfolds as restorative gestures for human and nonhuman audiences, serving as a reminder that mutability and adaptability are the common grounds we all inhabit.
Bryson received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Nevada, Reno in 2012, and is currently a Master of Fine Arts Candidate in Art & Ecology at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.